D C Paccioretti

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Middle-latency auditory evoked responses (MLRs) were recorded simultaneously at 3 or 4 electrode locations in the coronal plane in 5 normal subjects, 11 patients with temporal lobe lesions and in 5 patients with cortical lesions not involving the temporal lobes. In patients with unilateral temporal lobe lesions, the amplitude of Pa and hence that of the(More)
A 67-year-old woman with demonstrated intact peripheral and brain-stem auditory pathways presented with sudden deafness secondary to sequential bilateral temporal lobe infarcts. Initial examination revealed no behavioral response to sounds and a mild Wernicke's aphasia. Hearing gradually returned but auditory agnosia persists. Changes seen on the computed(More)
Auditory brain-stem responses from 25 neonates treated with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation were compared with those of 11 control subjects. Results revealed no statistically significant differences for recorded responses, either between ears or between groups. We conclude that infants who receive extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, with or without(More)
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